The Binary Son wrote:I originally just wanted to know how to enable ads PER VIDEO not PER CHANNEL, but I'm guessing the former is impossible?
Gingerbread Man wrote:The Binary Son wrote:I originally just wanted to know how to enable ads PER VIDEO not PER CHANNEL, but I'm guessing the former is impossible?
I see no reason for these two issues to be conflated. No one here's interested in whitelisting individual videos, which is possible just with Adblock Plus. They want to whitelist whole channels, which requires a user script.
See how to manually create an appropriate whitelist filter back in your original thread:
The Binary Son wrote:Any thoughts or advice would be greatly appreciated - thanks everyone for your continued help!
The Binary Son wrote:is there anyway to tweak either the coding from greasyfork, or tweak something else, so that the back button functions normally again?
The Binary Son wrote:is there a way to remove the "PAGE 1" versions of the video pages from the back button's tab history?
The Binary Son wrote:QUESTION: So I followed the greasyfork directions and everything seems to work fine, BUT I've now noticed that this setup, as is, at least for Firefox, basically nerfs the BACK button, in that, when I press it, it ends up coming back to the current page. (More specifically, if the "normal" video page is PAGE 1 and the "updated" page with the added user info that results from the coding is PAGE 2, when I, while on PAGE 2, press the back button, it goes back to PAGE 1 for a VERY brief moment, but then automatically goes back to PAGE 2.)
So far, I have found 2 work arounds for this:
1. Pressing and holding the back button to bring up the little tab history listing so I can then choose what page I want to go back to.
2. Pressing the back button normally, but then, in the brief window during which I am (using the terms from above) back on PAGE 1, pressing the back button again.
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The Binary Son wrote:Let me know if there's anything else I can do to help you figure this out - thanks again for your continued help!!!!!
Gingerbread Man wrote:The Binary Son wrote:Let me know if there's anything else I can do to help you figure this out - thanks again for your continued help!!!!!
Please update to version 1.2 of the script. It now rewrites links added by the "Load more" button on the channel listing and channel search pages.
Can you tell me exactly what you're doing, step by step, like so?
If that's not what you did, then I'm guessing the problem is with the playlist. I haven't looked into that yet.
- In a new tab, I loaded this page: https://www.youtube.com/user/thesuper360broscopes/videos
- On that page, I clicked this video: "BEST FRIENDS become MORTAL ENEMIES - Civilization V, Part 1"
- I clicked the Back button before the video ended, but that loaded the video again instead of the page at step 1.
If the Browser Console shows nothing when filtering for .user.js, then there aren't any errors in any of your user scripts that have run.
The script won't run on pages that already have &user=… in the URL to avoid adding that twice. That's why the Greasemonkey menu shows "No scripts run on this page" for individual video pages.
Gingerbread Man wrote:[*]Playlists.
It doesn't look like there's any way to change what link loads automatically when a video has finished playing. So I might not be able to do anything about them. Also, the account name (e.g. Epzonix) isn't included with the video links, so all I can fetch is the user name (e.g. CMA Músic). I don't even know if these would make for valid Adblock Plus filters, since they can contain spaces and non-Latin characters. If these would work as filters, I could at least modify the links to change what loads when you manually click a video in a playlist.
On an unrelated note, you don't need the New Tab Homepage extension. You can configure what opens in each new tab by changing the browser.newtab.url preference in about:config. Alternatively, the Custom New Tab extension lets you control whether focus goes to the address bar or the web page when opening a new tab (the former is the built-in behavior, but if you've set it to something like the Google homepage, you'd likely prefer the latter).
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